People might be wondering about the possibility of Samsung to get back on track after a huge loss in 2016. Needless to say, it was due to the fiasco that happened to the Galaxy S7. However, consumer trust might be another issue that can make or break the new release made by Samsung in the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Well, a comparison between the Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 7 Plus might just be a good way to show fans which one is superior. At the same time, this can give prospective buyers a head’s up regarding the product that best suits their needs. Here are some features of both devices.
Samsung Galaxy S8 was released just recently in March 2017, as opposed to iPhone 7 Plus, which was released in September 2016. However, the few months in between these releases should give them both a really close match.
In terms of design, the Samsung Galaxy S8 might have something up its sleeve. In fact, it can boast off its iris scanner to go along with its fingerprint touch sensor as added security feature to the device. At the same time, it is lighter at 5.36 oz. in comparison to iPhone 7 Plus’s 6.63 oz. overall weight.
Good thing both are dust and water resistant, which gives added confidence for users when using them in humid conditions.
Although the iPhone 7 Plus is a bit bigger in terms of overall size, it is not as big in terms of screen size. According to sources, the Samsung Galaxy S8 measures at least 6.2 inches screen that is Quad HD+ super AMOLED touchscreen display. In comparison, the iPhone 7 Plus only measures at 5.5 inches Retina HD LED backlit touchscreen display.
Both has a 12MP resolution for its primary camera with LED flash. The only advantage of iPhone 7 Plus here is the quad LED flash and the aperture size of F1.8 with a bit bigger camera sensor size. However, when it comes to the front-facing camera, the Galaxy S8 is a megapixel higher than that of the iPhone 7 Plus, which is at 8MP and 7MP respectively.
Hardware and Battery Features
The iPhone 7 Plus runs on Apple A10 Fusion system chip, with 2340 MHz 64-bit quad-core processor. Its system memory is at 3GB RAM and its system storage is at 256GB.
The Galaxy S8, however, only has 64GB internal storage space. It runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 system chip with 2350 MHz 64-bit octa-core processor.
The battery on both devices is slightly the same, which only differs by 100 mAh, in favor of the Galaxy S8. However, in some sources, the Galaxy S8 has a battery capacity of 3,500 mAh.
Overall, the comparison between the Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7 Plus was a close one. At some point, the Galaxy S8 is a bit more advantageous in terms of battery, the RAM, screen size, and processor. Nevertheless, it all rests on the preference of the users regarding which one is closest to their hearts.